To Dream of Movement
John Killacky is the creator of several films including Love is a Hemorrhage, Necessary Action and Stolen Shadows. He was the curator of Performing Arts at the Walker Art Center for eight years and was the director of the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts for six years. He has received several awards including Dance USA's Earnie Award as an "unsung hero". Here he explores his most recent piece entitled Dreaming Awake which tells the story of a disabled man's desires and fantasies of returning to dance. It headlined at Superfest 24, the longest running disability film festival in the United States.